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  • CSS..Ryan please help!

    I have this site I'm building using all css and I'm having a problem with postioning. The site looks fine in every browser on every platform... except IE5+ for windows.
    I'm aware of the problem with specifying widths in conjunction with padding and borders in IE, but I don't have any of that.

    That said - Is there a way to place two divs side by side within a containing shape? I've tried floating the left div and positioning the right div using a margin-left setting.. and it works great, except for in IE. When I try to postion the two divs using top & left relative positions, the right div positions itself under the left div. The horizontal positions stay correct, but the vertical position of the right div falls at the bottom of the left div.

    Any ideas?
    Does that makes sense?
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    holy crap casey has a question.... mark this down in the GDF record books

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    • #3
      Hi there case. I found a link for some hacks for IE five to hide the horizontal positioning www.phespirit.info/cafe/css_hacks.htm maybe that can help. Maybe?


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      • #4
        Thanks guys... I just now figured it out, it was driving me crazy!!

        For future reference, if anyone's building a css page that has a centered containing shape and you need to divide it up in columns... just use float:left; for every div tag within the containing shape. They all line up nice and pretty side by side.

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        • #5
          LMAO!!! I've never heard someone say I'm so happy I could shit. LOL! Your crazy man!


          Graphic Design Heroes! Call me Captain Type Caster. I’ve fought off “The Evil Cosmic Sans” for year but it seems “Dr. Extreme Untalent” keeps bringing him back. I must find a way to defeat this evil creature.

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          • #6
            LOL! Sorry man but I was skimming this thread and that 'I'm so happy' thing just cracked me the phuk up! LOL

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            • #7
              There's just something funny about poop... it always makes me smile.
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              • #8
                and with that new baby I bet you have seen LOTS poop! Right Case? LOL

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                • #9
                  TONS!
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                  • #10
                    Well, looks like I missed everything. Oh well, glad you figured it out.

                    Another good method is to set the centered div to position: relative; and then absolutely position the elements inside.

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                    • #11
                      ahhhhhhhhh, poop. my favourite palindrome.

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                      • #12
                        For some reason, when I try to position nested divs using absolute, they don't move with the main container div. Are you sure you can set it up like that Ryan?
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                        • #13
                          I'm late to the party too. Another great resource for positioning issues and ie bugs/hacks is www.positioniseveryting.net

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                          • #14
                            Flash that link doesn't work man.


                            Graphic Design Heroes! Call me Captain Type Caster. I’ve fought off “The Evil Cosmic Sans” for year but it seems “Dr. Extreme Untalent” keeps bringing him back. I must find a way to defeat this evil creature.

                            Capt. Creative bring me those comps…

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                            • #15
                              http://www.positioniseverything.net

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